IP Assembly Line (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 3 March 2019
It was like going back to high school. Everyone is immature and gossip and put others down. There are clicks that bully others by making fun of them , just like high school. If you’re a good looking young girl , you can get promoted very easily . The management of IP line are all dogs with gfs. It’s a joke of a company . You give them any grief or have any complaints it goes no where expect for you being terminated. HR takes managements side every time. I was fired with “no reason” being the reason . I got my severance , Christmas bonus and was able to go on EI straight away. The only good thing Vuteq ever did for me was let me go.
Maybe just the bonus because even the pay is just average compared to how much and hard you work.
Awful Management, HR is Bias, high school Mentality, work you till you’re broken, no time for life outside of work, not courteous at all
I.T. Intern (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 24 February 2019
Started by a Japanese man, this company holds true to the ideals of Kaizen, unlike some Western companies that have tried to implement the mechanics of the principle, without understanding the core principles of equality and respect for all workers, and a focus on creating a community for them.
Instrument Panel Line Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 13 February 2019
I learned a lot about my self, and safety. The hardest part was getting your speed at a job up. whereas the enjoyable part was getting good enough at the job that it was no longer a struggle every day.
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 19 January 2019
under paid and departments poorly managed maxed out on vacation time and no more money to be made there. liked my job for many years there until i worked for a poorly managed department/ Currently looking for new employment
Warehouse Arranger (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 11 January 2019
high turn around, hit and miss on organization, understanding for vacation at times, the times not so much. Some supervisors are better than others. At times it seems like no one cares. all depends on which department and the current supervisor.
Employee (Former Employee) – WOODSTOCK ONTARIO – 7 January 2019
Let me tell all you people about this at vuteq .Sorry to disappoint you but this place we will call it h on earth ,we call this place the s..... Show .Get ready to work fast pace and have a strong mind ,because all the people are very ignorant there ,plus to much gossiping going on they make you feel as low as possible ,so if your ready for this join in feel free your in for a ride.Oh yeah and if you do get a job there if you are a weak person ,or if someone doesn't like you there they will defiantly get you out of here ,also if you are 50-70 it seems like it don't last long and your out the door,just expect not to have your job a lifetime there because most people don't last long,they are so rude little young punks......And if they don't like you the trust me a whole gang of them will gang up on you...
Small injections (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 13 November 2018
After reading reviews I decided to try Vuteq out for myself and was pleasantly surprised with the job. The people were great and the management were very understanding. The safety training and job training before hand was amazing. The job itself is simple but can be fun the first while is rough when your only trained on one machine, but when you ge to switch machines most days it’s pretty fun! Overtime in my department was generally optional unless they were really behind. The only reason I left was because I got a job in my field, I was very disappointed to leave but everyone there was so kind and supportive.
Good hours, great pay, kind people, amazing training, simple work
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 27 August 2018
Management is absolutely horrible and doesn't care about your life outside of work. They will come to you half hour before the end of your shift and tell you that you've gotta stay for another hour or two on a Friday night, which is illegal. Or something will happen preventing us to hit our targets and they will blame it entirely on us when it's got nothing to do with us but by the way the company is run. None of the management has a college degree, all high school dropouts it seems like. Absolutely horrible place to work, avoid at all costs. And the more hours you work the less you take home for some unknown reason. Scam artists.
Assistant Sub Leader (Former Employee) – Leader, SK – 7 August 2018
Vuteq Automotive is a fast paced environment. Vuteq provides Cami Automotive as well as a couple other companies with parts to cars. A typical day at Vuteq involved, daily mandatory meetings with our teams. I learned a lot working at Vuteq including things such as: the better use of air and hand tools, how to repair issues within the dashboard of the Chevy Equinox and the GMC Terrian, and how to repair cosmetic issues on the vehicles as well.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 15 July 2018
our just a number here... had to take extra days off when my son was born to which I found that I came back to no job! The hours are ok if you are just looking to have money, but really hard on family Life